Christmas predators, parasites, or Magi?

Katherine Baker | 12 December 2019 | FEATURES |  
tags: Christmas, feminism, sexism

Is it time a Mother Christmas graced the annual parade?

Carolyn Moynihan | 29 November 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: Christmas, feminism, Santa Claus, sexism

Why self-identification should not legally make you a woman

Kathleen Stock | 04 October 2018 | CONJUGALITY |  
tags: identity, sexism, transgenderism

Why women – including feminists – are still attracted to ‘benevolently sexist’ men

Tom R. Kupfer and Pelin Gül | 02 October 2018 | FEATURES |  
tags: evolutionary psychology, feminism, relationships, sexism

Why Paul Ryan matters for parents

Melissa Langsam Braunstein | 15 November 2015 | FEATURES |  
tags: parenting, Paul Ryan, sexism, work-life balance
The Speaker's work-life balance is good for everyone.

I open doors for women because I admire them

Brendan Malone | 04 November 2013 | FAMILY EDGE |  
tags: chivalry, feminine genius, sexism

Fashion mags fail to empower

Ashley Crouch | 03 May 2013 | FEATURES |  
tags: fashion, fashion magazines, misogyny, sexism
Highly eroticised glossy women's magazines are dragging girls back to the bad old days of misogynist stereotypes.

Sexist Psy calls himself a gentleman

Tamara El-Rahi | 17 April 2013 | FAMILY EDGE |  
tags: Gangnam style, Psy, sexism
Remember Psy and his “Gangnam style” hit? Well he’s decided to grace our radios again, with another incomprehensible and yet decidedly sexist song. Named “Gentleman”, I am yet to find a link between this title and the song content. I decided to take a look at the translated lyrics and video clip to save you all the trouble. So here goes.

Superbowl and sexism

Katie Hinderer | 17 February 2012 | TIGER PRINT |
tags: advertising, commercials, football, sexism, Super Bowl

Yale and the Nanny State

Kevin Ryan | 24 May 2011 | FEATURES |  
tags: education, sexism, Yale
Why has the Federal Government become involved in disciplining frat boy wannabees?

How can ‘mother’ be a sexist stereotype?

Carolyn Moynihan | 04 June 2010 | FAMILY EDGE |  
tags: European Union, motherhood, sexism
While most Europeans worry their heads off about what is happening to the euro and the economy, certain members of the European political bureaucracy are getting on with more important things. Like drafting long resolutions about how to combat gender stereotypes in the media and having even longer meetings to get their ideas endorsed.

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